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Founded: 1887

1902

Pittsburgh Pirates

Honus Wagner

Honus Wagner

One of five players originally elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1936, "The Flying Dutchman" is widely regarded as the best shortstop to ever play the game. He won eight N.L. batting crowns and ranks among the Pirates’ top 10 in 11 offensive categories. His number 33 was formally retired in 1952 and a statue of his likeness currently stands in front of PNC Park.

Manager Fred Clarke
First Baseman Kitty Bransfield
Second Baseman Claude Ritchey
Third Baseman Tommy Leach
Shortstop Wid Conroy
Outfielder Ginger Beaumont
Outfielder Fred Clarke
Outfielder Honus Wagner
Catcher Harry Smith
RH Pitcher Jack Chesbro
RH Pitcher Deacon Phillippe
RH Pitcher Sam Leever
LH Pitcher Jesse Tannehill
LH Pitcher Ed Doheny

Jimmy Burke, Fred Crolius, Lefty Davis, Jack O'Connor, Ed Phelps, Jimmy Sebring, Chief Zimmer

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